Robert Warner Joins TheJudge
James Delaney January 11th, 2016

TheJudge is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Warner as the new Head of Broking Operations. Rob joins us with a wealth of industry experience, having previously been an underwriter at two prominent ATE insurance providers. “I’m delighted to … Continued

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TheJudge Celebrates Its 15th Year
James Delaney September 23rd, 2015

2015 marks a memorable milestone for TheJudge as we celebrate our 15th year as a leading name in the litigation funding and insurance market. During the past 15 years we’ve been engaged to arrange the funding and/or litigation insurance for … Continued

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TheJudge arranges indemnity for shareholders suing Lloyds
James Delaney October 6th, 2014

TheJudge arranges multi million pound indemnity for Lloyds shareholders TheJudge has successfully secured another large multi-million pound indemnity from UK insurers to assist shareholders of Lloyds in pursuing their claim. The shareholders claim that the directors of Lloyds breached their … Continued

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Litigation and Arbitration Boutiques – Stimulating the funding and insurance market as competition takes effect
James Delaney March 25th, 2014

A review of the past six months has aptly demonstrated the effects of increased competition within the funding market for commercial litigation and arbitration.  As the largest broker in the market we’ve seen a 28% increase in the volume of … Continued

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10 Existing Funders + 2 New Participants = 12
James Delaney July 29th, 2013

We are delighted to announce that we have recently agreed to work with two new litigation funding providers, making a total of 12 funders participating on our panel. 12 funders may seem like a lot to some and not many … Continued

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Do Not Ignore Alternative Funding Arrangements
James Delaney April 29th, 2013

Article on the risks of avoiding alternative funding arrangements. Written by James Delaney of TheJudge and published in the ‘Risk Briefing’ within the 29th April edition of The Lawyer. Article is available to view on pages 28-29 of the online … Continued

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Jackson Reforms: Trials and Tribulation
James Delaney March 25th, 2013

One could be forgiven for thinking the campaign to halt or defer the main planks of the civil justice reforms devised by Sir Ruper Jackson is still in full swing. To be fair to the refusniks, the impression that all … Continued

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Barriers to Turning In-House Legal Departments into Profit Centres
James Delaney July 16th, 2012

Inside counsel are still reluctant to embrace external funding Attend any litigation funding conference and someone will drop the term “profit center” into the discussion surrounding in-house legal departments. But is the suggestion practical or simply hype instigated by litigation … Continued

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Bitter Aftertaste
James Delaney July 6th, 2011

The past 12 months, the litigation funding and insurance market has been overshadowed by the impending changes to the recoverability of conditional fee arrangements (CFAs), or success fees, and after the event (ATE) insurance premiums. Although the debate continues, change … Continued

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